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Medical Student Uses VisualDx to Search Best Diagnostic Tests for Patient

A medical student at Northwestern used VisualDx's search function to learn about best tests and management for her diabetic patient's diagnosis.

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Young Girl's Toenails Appear Short, Broken, Thinner - Let's Diagnose

A mom took her 7-year-old daughter to the pediatrician when she noticed her toenails were short, broken, and showed white patches. Could it be nail psoriasis? Onychomycosis? Nail candidiasis? Use your medical knowledge, assess her symptoms, and use VisualDx to guide and confirm your diagnosis.

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Derm Resident Turns to VisualDx to Search Alternative Acne Treatments

A young woman's acne wasn't responding to topical treatment so the dermatology resident seeing her used VisualDx to search alternative treatments.

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DO Uses VisualDx to Reassure Patient's Mom About Benign Condition

A Baylor Scott & White family medicine DO shares how VisualDx helped him assure a patient's mother that her son's condition was benign.

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Woman Develops Round, Tender Leg Patches - Let's Diagnose

A woman heads to her doctor with round patches on her legs. Could it be lichen planus? Granuloma annulare? Tinea corporis? Use your medical knowledge, assess her symptoms, and use VisualDx to guide and confirm your diagnosis.

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Toddler's Forehead Growth Diagnosed after VisualDx Review

A toddler comes to the dermatologist with a cherry red growth on his forehead. A dermatology resident reviews VisualDx to determine the correct diagnosis.

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Rosacea: Not a One-And-Done Condition

Unfortunately, rosacea can be difficult to treat, with marked periods of remission and recurrence. It is important to correctly identify the subtype, as this will determine your treatment plan.

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Woman Heads to Doctor with Tender Patches on Her Legs - Let's Diagnose

A woman sees her doctor after she develops multiple blanching patches on her legs that are tender. Could it be erythema nodosum? Erysipelas? Cellulitis? Use your medical knowledge, assess her symptoms, and use VisualDx to guide and confirm your diagnosis.

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Infant with Productive Cough, Fever, Wheezing, Crackles - Let's Diagnose

Parents bring their 5-month-old to his pediatrician with a productive cough and a fever. Could it be viral pneumonia? A cold? The flu? Use your medical knowledge, assess his symptoms, and use VisualDx to guide and confirm your diagnosis.

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CHOP Pediatrician Uses VisualDx To Investigate Toddler's Worsening Rash

At first glance, this toddler's rash looked viral. When it didn't get better with the first line of treatment, a pediatrician at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia built a VisualDx differential to correctly identify the rash.

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